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Let's talk about what's working in social media and what's not...What we want to see is higher page visits and lower bounce rates. We can probably derive a formula for the relationship of the two. (I am guessing that "time on site" is in seconds, but
Megaupload was always legally based in Hong Kong, even if the company itself was based in New Zealand. Megaupload appears to be claiming that the Hong Kong Justice Department did not properly follow the law in going along with the US DOJ's request.
Unless you're a big-time celebrity indulging in a spot of product placement, it's unlikely you'll ever make any money from a selfie. Not so for Canadian Jared Frank, whose selfie-gone-wrong looks set to earn the 22-year-old a small fortune. When
A week ago a Regina man uploaded a video to YouTube of himself getting kicked in the head by a train conductor. He's since become an Internet sensation, but the ridiculousness of the 10-second clip's astronomical popularity isn't lost on its star. "
A P.E.I. singer's version of Hallelujah has gone viral all over again, racking up millions of views on the the Christian version of YouTube. Island singer Kelly Mooney's song is a GodTube sensation with over 6.5 million views on the Christian website.
Jared Frank, the Regina man who went from hapless tourist to internet sensation over a nine-second YouTube video of a kick to the head, stands to earn a substantial financial windfall from the experience. Less than a week after Frank posted his video,
YouTube was going to make bigger investments in new programming with Susan Wojcicki joining as CEO , at least one of the network's big winners is looking elsewhere. Fool contributor Tim Beyers explains the details in the following video. In a recent
The legacy recording and movie industries want everyone else to act as copyright cops, and hate the idea that notice-and-takedown puts the initial burden on themselves as copyright holders. However, Heald's research looks at music on YouTube and
Saudis have watched Abo Hayat, an aloof character in a recent YouTube video, slap a coffee salesman across the face because he's slow offering up a second cup of instant coffee. The scene is from a show called La Yekthar sponsored by Nestle SA, and
Internet television company ("Youku Tudou" or the "Company"), today announced that the Company has filed its annual report on Form 20-F that includes its audited financial statements for three years ended December 31, 2013 with the Securities and